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C3S Issue Brief X: Human Rights Violations in Tibet Post Pandemic; By R Mridula

Updated: Dec 27, 2022

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Issue Brief IX/2022

C3S launches its Issue Brief initiative. An issue brief is a summary of the knowledge surrounding an issue or a problem. It summarizes the issue by giving clear, concise, and complete information describing all facets of a particular issue including a detailed illustration in the form of images, data, and facts. It also includes recommendations for action and predictions on the future course of an issue.


Tibet, a plateau rich in natural resources, was invaded by China in 1949 for its geopolitical importance. Being a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, China globally promotes human- centric development. Internally it is acting opposite to its claims. Human Rights violations in Tibet is one such example.Human rights violations are happening on a daily basis in Tibet. The violations have increased post pandemic by the government. The paper will briefly study the human rights violations post pandemic. A good environment is also a human right, thus, the government’s actions like mining and construction of dams which damages the ecosystem has also been analysed in this paper.

Read the full Issue Brief at this link:

C3S Issue Brief Human Rights Violations in Tibet- Mirudula
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(Ms. R Mridula is a Research Intern at C3S. She is pursuing her Master’s in International Relations from Loyola College .The views expressed are those of the author and do not reflect the views of C3S)

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